We already try keeping track of our TBR in different ways, but it’s also fun to look at them in themes. That’s one of the reasons why the bookish meme 5 On My TBR is so much fun. This bookish meme is hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This week’s prompt is Sports, but I’ve decided to do last week’s prompt: middle grade books. I have a lot of them on my TBR that I hope to read in May!
Hollowpox – Jessica Townsend
Nevermoor has quickly become one of my favorite middle grade series! I loved the first two books and have kind of been saving Hollowpox. There’s no word for when the fourth book is releasing, so I really want to make this one last. I will be putting it on my May TBR. I’m too curious, haha.
The Second Story – Neil Patrick Harris
The Magic Misfits was such a fun book and I read it in one sitting. The Second Story has been on my shelf for way too long, but the series is now complete so I need to get going with these. These books aren’t really long, so I should fly through it.
Keeper of the Lost Cities – Shannon Messenger
Keeper of the Lost Cities is actually quite a long middle grade series and the books are huge. I started this one awhile ago, but like usual got distracted, haha. What I’ve read has been really good, so I want to know how it all plays out. I have a feeling I’m going to want to continue with these books.
Dead Voices – Katherine Arden
Small Spaces is one my favorite middle grade books and I’ll never look at scarecrows the same way again, haha. I loved the atmosphere of that book and I’m hoping Dead Voices is just as spooky. This sounds like the perfect read for a rainy day.
The Wishing Spell – Chris Colfer
Out of all of the middle grade series I think this one has been on my shelf the longest and I still haven’t gotten around to reading it. As a kid I would’ve loved to be able to dive into my favorite fairy tales. The Wishing Spell sounds like a fun and magical adventure.
There are a lot more than these 5 middle grade books sitting unread on my shelf, but these are a few I hope to get to really soon! What middle grade books do you love or want to read soon? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.